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Dark Agromyzidae
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Posted on 29-10-2020 16:23

Location: North of France
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An Agromyzidae found in North of France, at Cassel, the 10 April 2020, in low vegetation, in a small wood
Maybe it could be a Cerodontha sp. ?
Sorry for the photo quality, they have been taken with a phone

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Posted on 29-10-2020 16:23

Location: North of France
Posts: 1951
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